Data protection is one of the first applications most IT organizations will deploy across a hybrid cloud.
Network Virtualization (NV) creates logical, virtual networks that are decoupled from the underlying network hardware to ensure the network can better integrate with and support increasingly virtual environments.
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SDxCentral's Network Virtualization in the Data Center Report reviews all the shifts taking place in the market today, and covers modern approaches to NV and the vendors and solutions users are adopting to achieve greater agility and operational efficiencies.
Thanks to rise of APIs IT organizations are crafting more modern approaches to data protection.
Network virtualization overlays will determine winner of hybrid cloud computing race.
Networking technologies are now starting to be incorporated into DevOps making it easier for DevOps and IT to work together.
Tensions between DevOps departments and IT should lessen as companies like VMware try to make their software more accessible.
Modern data centers employ IT automation to cut costs and inject agility
The IT industry has a selection of tools for deploying containers. They can use a PaaS or a CaaS based on Kubernetes, Marathon, or Docker.
Defining a set of security and compliance policies is a key first step. But enforcing security policy is not as easy.
Network virtualization is making microsegmentation possible and allowing networks to isolate security breaches.
Microsegmentation of virtual networks spanning both private and public clouds is critical to Deluxe’s return on investment.
Network virtualization will allow companies to micro-segment traffic by application.
Organizations that implement network virtualization are starting to appreciate another advantage: It enables them to achieve compliance.
Soon it will be difficult to tell where one cloud begins and another one ends.
The rise of IT automation frameworks will force companies to rethink who in the IT organization will ultimately be responsible for networking.
The NV market continues to grow and evolve, supporting many different technologies and vendor platforms as customers look for the right mix.